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’TinyKeep’ announced for PC, Mac and Linux

TinyKeep will be available for PC at launch in September with the Mac and Linux platforms soon to follow.-slide0
Phi Games

“TinyKeep," the dungeon-escaping RPG for PC, MAC and Linux was announced, game developers Phi Games and Digital Tribe Games announced in a press release today obtained by Examiner.

TinyKeep will be available for PC at launch in September with the Mac and Linux platforms soon to follow.
Digital Tribe Games

According to the release, "TinyKeep" will be available for PC in September, while the Mac and Linux platforms will come later.

“TinyKeep” promises to have "dynamic" 3D graphics, in a plethora of different environments according to the release, as a variety of different monsters will actually work together in order to defeat you.

Phi and Digital Tribe also said the game will have “procedurally generated random dungeons,” which means no one play through will ever be the same.

“We wanted to create a game that feels alive, where the dungeon's inhabitants have their own motivations and needs, and situations are created that have never been seen before in a game of this genre,” Phi Dinh, founder of Phigames said in today’s press release.

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